Things were looking pretty mad at St Mary’s Catholic College on Saturday for the school’s second annual trivia night.
Gunners walked away with most of the points on Saturday when they took on Nanango’s Panthers at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy.
The annual Spirit Of The Bush Balladeers Muster at Boondooma is all-Australian, dinky-di and true blue
The South Burnett Musical Comedy Society, which recently completed a successful season with Jesus Christ Superstar, is looking for ideas in regards to its next productions.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has unveiled the latest winners of her “Local Hero Grants” program
Kingaroy Shoppingworld will be taking on a bridal atmosphere until Saturday for Wedding and Formal Week
Commercial Radio Australia released the first official radio ratings for the Kingaroy area on Wednesday – and the results will put smiles on the faces of the folks at Hit-FM (formerly C-FM / Hot-FM).
Former international speedway rider John Titman will be sponsoring the “Golden Steel Shoe Challenge” which will be raced at the Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle speedway track this Saturday.
The award-winning Kingaroy Wastewater Treatment plant was officially opened on Monday, with a representative travelling all the way from the Netherlands for the special occasion.
An unusual new walking group that combines exercise and nutrition will be hitting the road in Kingaroy on Wednesday morning.
The Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network has issued a call for presenters at their Annual Conference, which is being held in Emerald on October 19-21.
Coolaroo, the team that knocked the South Burnett Saints out of the 2016 Darling Downs AFL competition, proved too much of a handful in the season opener played in Toowoomba on Saturday.
Time is running out for people wanting to take advantage of the latest opportunity to have their say on AGL’s proposed Coopers Gap wind farm.
A proposed “Fair Milk Price” logo to identify milk which pays dairy farmers fairly has been rejected
Horse owners will not be forced to vaccinate their animals against the lethal Hendra virus, the State Government has decided.
Hot on the heels of their successful “Open House’ day at Durong in March, BIEDO is taking the concept to Murgon next month.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says the Wide Bay region is in the middle of a jobs crisis
The future of the South Burnett’s fortnightly legal outreach service seems more certain after the Federal Government announced it will abandon planned funding cuts to Community Legal Centres in the upcoming Budget.
This year’s Maidenwell Running Festival has been hailed by organisers as “the best yet”, attracting more than 350 participants and raising more than $10,000 for the town’s community organisations.
Maidenwell’s big weekend of events was topped off on Easter Sunday night with the annual town rodeo